Gran Turismo’s top man Kazunori Yamauchi recently sat down with GTPlanet to talk about all things Gran Turismo.
Throughout last year developer Polyphony showcased upcoming content for Gran Turismo Sport via its live events. The first live event of 2019 was held in Paris last month which teased some new cars including the Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary model.
When asked if this format will continue, Kazunori Yamauchi said, “Yes, we have no intention of stopping those updates and additional content for the game.”
Gran Turismo’s head also touched on the shifting trend of continuous updates, “I think nowadays we are no longer in the era where you hold on to the new cars and tracks that you create for the next title, and you save it all for your release,” said Yamauchi. “I don’t think we work that way any more. Now it is sort of like being on Spotify or the iTunes Store; I think it is more natural to have new additional cars and tracks added to the store as they are ready to go.”
Gran Turismo Sport will host a further five live events this year giving Polyphony ample chance to tease new and exciting content for their online-focused racer.
Late last month saw the much-anticipated release of the Dallara SF19 Super Formula cars, we can’t wait to see what Yamauchi has next in store for Gran Turismo Sport.